Hell In A Bucket, Sugaree, Walkin' Blues, Loser, Me & My Uncle*-> Maggie's Farm*, Loose Lucy, Cassidy Eyes Of The World, Looks Like Rain, Way to Go Home, Terrapin Station-> Jam-> The Wheel-> Throwing Stones-> Not Fade Away, E: Liberty
Source: Audience (Naks, model unknown) > DAT > CM > playback on Denon DRM-540 > HHB 830 CDR > WAV > SHNv3.
Transfer discs provided by JA BUZZ, DAE and SHN via Chris L./candyman FTP.
I remember trading some tickets with a friend for this show, and I wound up sitting just off the floor right next to the penalty box. My neighbors were the late John F. Kennedy Jr. and his girlfriend at the time, Daryl Hannah. I struck up a conversation and discovered it was her first show.
This audience recording has a lot of warmth and a nice amount of crowd into the mix, a reminder that Nassau crowds were generally enthusiastic.
First set highlights are a tight Loser and a powerful and punchy Cassidy that doesn't wander very far off course.
Second set opens with an Eyes that meanders along but never really goes anywhere interesting. Looks Like Rain has a satisfying climax and there's a short but sweet post-Terrapin jam. An energetic drums and a pleasing, if not groundbreaking post-drums segment. Average playing of a solid setlist, but not much here is worth returning to.
April 5, 2006 Subject:
exellent quality.. longer than i remember, this was my frist show , we were blessed with floor seats for tix price.. eyes , l.l. rain and terippin are all exellent and full of energy, all and all a great show and a more increadible memory
February 23, 2006 Subject:
Wow, these shows are much better played than I recall them being in person. Sugaree is really strong here. Cassidy is super strong. This is a solid 4 star performance IMHO. Sound is pretty average.
Jerry actually nails all the lyrics to Loser!!
July 10, 2005 Subject:
not a bad setlist has its moments could have done without the way to go home. give me a dont need love or ggg gentleman start anyday